Andy J. Miller: Design & Illustration

YES! I am really digging this fun and colorful design by Andy J. Miller of Koma Design. Created for Palmercash T-shirts, this design reminds me of one of my favorite animation shorts from Sesame Street featuring an out of this world pinball machine. Miller’s composition is dense, but it’s constantly keeping the eye moving. Every shape and figure melds and trickles it way into another someplace else, creating an overwhelmingly pleasing pattern.  His candy coated color scheme is pretty yummy too!

This particular poster, created with Jeffrey Bowman for The Moon Cats, is pretty spectacular as well. I’m a sucker for fine line work and patterns, and this definitely hits the spot! Like the previous design, this one is finely clustered with so many more intricate details. Collectively, Miller and Bowman make up the illustration house, The Wizard’s Hat.

It’s true! The future’s so bright for Mr. Andy J. Miller. Definitely check out more of his work at his website and be sure to follow him on Twitter too!

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You should check out the video of him and Jeffrey Bowman doing a window illustration for Converse x Office

It’s sweet.

Geoff McFetridge knockoff.

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What a great memory to evoke from this style.

so rad! andy j & the wizard’s hat on grain edit!
nice post

Hey Corey!

I saw that video of them, and I gotta agree…it is SWEET!

andy and jeffrey are good’uns. :D

That Sesame Street animation is a classic. Definitely takes me back.

Dead ón with that Sesame Street shore, one of my favorites! colors are perfectly chosen as well…

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Um, yeah. This is bringing back so many weird childhood memories. I love it. Thanks for connecting his work to the Seseme Street short. That was a great flashback.

Great stuff! Reminds me of the Shufflebook card set I had as a kid:

man your work is really really great!!!!!!!!

If you didn’t tell me I would have said that it was Geoff McFetridge…. Stop ripping off man!